Type in the words "golf instruction" in any online search and you'll see a ton of swing methods claiming they've got the swing that will transform your game. Many of them even say they've got body friendly swings that will get rid of all your pain. However, there's only one swing that has actually married the physics of a golf swing with the physiology of the human body: The Peak Performance Golf Swing.
One method that I've been getting asked about is the Square to Square golf swing. Howard Gary wanted to know whether or not keeping the clubface square to the ball throughout the swing had any merit. So, I'm going to provide you with an analysis of the Square to Square golf swing and why I believe the PPGS is head and shoulders above the rest.
I have been following your excellent Peak Performance Golf Swing videos for a long time, but I do have one interesting theoretical question. Many instructors advocate attempting to keep the club square to the ball throughout the swing rather than using a toe up club position on the back swing. Logically, keeping the club square seems to make sense. What is the problem with using the square approach? Is it loss of distance? Orthopedic issues? I know you have researched this.
Get any of my full length videos or instruction manuals from Surge's Shop and you'll get the complete story behind the PPGS and the many years I spent developing the 3/4, limited turn, vertical swing that is the ONLY 100% body friendy golf swing being taught today.
Keep it vertical!
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